East lake Report 07-30-2020

We have had off and on reports from East. The paddleboards and kayaks are in full force but the bites on terrestrials seem to be continuing to be the patterns to fish up top. Ants and beetles in red and black. Also utilizing bigger dries like the Chubby Chernobyl in purple or peacock will be …

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Crane Update 07-30-2020

Crane has been a decent dry dropper fishery as of late. The weather has continued to warm up the reservoir which in turn has pushed the fish into the cooler channels. Damsels, terrestrials, and attractor dry flies are your best bet up there with a dropper roughly 1-3 feet off the back. The longer the …

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Fall River Update 07-16-2020

The Hatchery is still closed, and the stocking schedule has yet to be released to the public, with that being so, it is still a great place to get out early in the mornings and get after some technical trout fishing. Euro-Style tight lining seems to be the hot ticket out there, and if you …

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Crane Prairie Update 07-16-2020

The water is clear throughout the lake and the fish are starting to concentrate in the various channels that thread the bottom of Crane Prairie. We spend much of our time fishing indicator rigs this time of year, so we can consistently target specific depths that hold actively feeding fish. Generally, water depths in the …

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Crooked River Update 07-16-2020

The Crooked River has experienced an amazing transformation from last summer to this. The flows are steady now, the hatches pretty consistent and the numbers of decent redbands are certainly up. Caddis and PMD hatches predominate in the summer and recent trips have proved really productive, nymphing early and dry-fly fishing into the afternoon. Last-light …

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